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A Smoking 4/20 Party Guide

A Smoking 4/20 Party Guide

With the arrival of 4/20 tomorrow, there are plenty of options to keep the party going well past the designated toke time. Whether you inhale or pass on the grass, reach for higher ground at one of these events tomorrow night.

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Video: White Denim “Drug”

Video: White Denim “Drug”

Just in time for the 4/20 holiday, Austin rockers White Denim unveil the video for their new track “Drug.”

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You Say Party! Announces Hiatus

You Say Party! Announces Hiatus

With all of the hype surrounding the first day of Coachella, it was easy to miss some sad news from You Say Party! last Friday. A year after drummer Devon Clifford unexpectedly passed away, its surviving members are going on indefinite hiatus.

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Review: Broken Social Scene @ The Warfield

Review: Broken Social Scene @ The Warfield

Pulse critic Matt Forsman weighs in on  Broken Social Scene’s recent performance at The Warfield.

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Review: Rusko

Review: Rusko

“It’s my 14th birthday today,” a young girl adorned in sequins proclaimed as I walked into Fox Theater’s bathroom. As the gaggle of adolescents screamed in unison, I wasn’t sure if I was actually here to see Rusko, or celebrate a coming of age.

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New Mixtape: Donnis’ Southern Lights

New Mixtape: Donnis’ Southern Lights

Donnis is no newcomer to the hip hop game, spending the last few years compiling a number of mixtapes, joining various indie-flavored tours, and last June releasing his first EP, Fashionably Late. He returns to San Francisco this Saturday immediately following the release of his…

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Look for Little Scream’s Golden Tickets

Look for Little Scream’s Golden Tickets

Little Scream’s latest album, The Golden Record, was just released on Tuesday and tucked within 70 albums will be a golden ticket.

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Review: Lauryn Hill with Dave Chappelle

Review: Lauryn Hill with Dave Chappelle

It seemed a bit extreme, driving east on the Bay Bridge en route to Oakland during the final minutes of Wednesday night. But when Dave Chappelle and Lauryn Hill are performing after-hours at a grossly undersized venue, you don’t stop and think it over. You…

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Coachella by the Bay: Trentemøller

Coachella by the Bay: Trentemøller

Still looking for a good reason to convince yourself that it’s better to be in SF than Coachella this weekend? Before Trentemøller heads to Indo for the festival, you can catch him at his first live set in the Bay Area since 2007 at Mezzanine…

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Art at Coachella: Art Installations on the Rise

Art at Coachella: Art Installations on the Rise

Headed down to Coachella this weekend? While you’re dancing your heart away and baking in the relentless sun, make sure to take a break and visit the Do LaB — the epicenter of art at the festival.

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Week in Photos

Week in Photos

Hot shots from Blow Up, Lights Down Low, Cockblock, and more.

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Coachella by the Bay: CSS at Mezzanine

Coachella by the Bay: CSS at Mezzanine

After more than a year in Brazil recording new music and decompressing from an exhausting tour schedule, CSS is back in United States for a tour that kicks off in San Francisco this Friday before the band heads to Coachella. We spoke with lead vocalist…

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